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CSPAN
Nov 6, 2013 10:30am EST
. reid for mr. portman proposes amendment in mnumber 2012. mr. reid: i ask for the yeas and nays on that amendment just reported. the presiding officer: is there a sufficient second? there appears to be. there is. the yeas and nays are ordered. mr. reid: i have a second-degree amendment at the desk. the presiding officer: the clerk will report. the clerk: the senator from nevada, mr. reid, for mr. toomey, proposes amendment numbered 2013 to amendment number 2012. mr. reid: i have an amendment to the underlying bill, which is at the desk. the presiding officer: the clerk will report. the clerk: the senator from nevada, mr. reid, proposes an amendment numbered 14 to the language -- numbered 2014 to the language proposed to be strick tongue the substitute. mr. reid: i ask for the yeas and nays on that amendment that was just reported. the presiding officer: is there a sufficient second? there appears to be. there is. the yeas and nays are order. mr. reid: i have a second-degree amendment at the desk. the presiding officer: the clerk will report. the clerk: the senator from nevada, mr.
CSPAN
Nov 26, 2013 10:00am EST
. i will say that senator portman is tight. he will be here a little bit late and he will have to leave early. unfortunately, it's not because of the importance of this issue. it is because we've got a defense authorization bill on the floor and that's giving a lot of folks who wanted to be here today away, but we will do our best to get as much good information as we can on the record as we proceed through this so that they will have the ability to make good decisions with good information as those decisions arise. from the significant disclosures of classified information to the tragedy of the washington naval yard, it is abundantly clear to the american people that the federal government is failing to properly vet the individuals who were granted access to the agent nation's most secure facility. as we've all seen there are real-life consequences to these failures. and looking at the lessons learned, it's obvious there's no single quickfix to such a broken fixed -- system but it's about incomplete, falsified and multiply background investigations and reinvestigation. it's about
WETA
Nov 5, 2013 12:00pm EST
, natalie portman, she is not natalie portman she is what's her name natalie portman because she knows next year it is going to be somebody else. >> rose: natalie portman is not like yesterday, she is not -- he is here, she is real, she is great. >> he is real but in two ars. >> and disappear -- >> it will not be in two years. >> >> how about natalie portman to this movie you would have raised more money. >> now, yes, we will see about two years. but what is her name is the give away, these names they are interchangeable after a while. i mean, i don't want to embarrass her by saying three years ago this one meant something and now he doesn't or for that matter a director. i am not worth anything on the international market. i should be, i am a greater artist, you know, but. >> rose: if you say so yourself. >> if i say zero so myself, and if one else -- this time i am getting two great movies, the last two minutes. >> rose: seven holden -- >> 95 percent rotten tomatoes. >> rose: really, tyson -- >> >> rose: this movie and tyson, both terrific, but you had a great main character th
NBC
Nov 9, 2013 12:35am PST
what happens. more with natalie portman when we g back, everybody. me on back. [ cheers and alause ] ♪ ♪ it's an extremely sile tool. but also extremelyowerful. it could bused to start a poem. or finish a sympho. it's been to classros, boardrooms, even to space. and we can't wait to seehere you'll take it next. introducing ththinner, lighter, me powerful ipad air. could sa you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. yep, everybody kws that. well, did you know theanci were aually a mistake? uh-oh. geico. fifteen minutes cod save you...we, you know. ♪ cheers and applause >> jimmy: weome back. we are hging out with the one, the ly, natalie portman,ight here. oh my goodness. [ cheers and applause ] she is in "thor: the dark world." it's going tbe huge this weekend. i'm so excited to see it. i want to see it i3-d. that's the jam i want to do that in imax. it has now bome -- that's the new way to watchovies. back in the day, i was addicted to the 3-d ix. >> really? >> jimmy: yeah, ah, yeah. and my forite was, "siegfried and roy: magic in a box." [ laughter ] i swear to god it's a
CSPAN
Nov 5, 2013 6:30am EST
dr. coburn, senator mccaskill, senator portman, begich, johnson, nellson, and senator bachus, to allow the inspector general to tap into o.p.m.'s revolving fund to perform the much needed oversight. we commend our colleagues for their good work. legislation passed the senate earlier this month. my hope is it will be signed into law by the president soon. in closing, i want to say that the vast majority of individuals who hold security clearances are honorable and trustworthy people. many of them felt called into service after 9/11 to help protect our country, and they deserve our thanks. having said that, though, we still must have a system that does a better job of rooting out those with in fairous purposes and those who have become deeply troubled and unstable. that system must identify those with behavior signals and when that system must identify those whose behavior signals are unacceptable risk to be trusted with classified information or access to sensitive federal facilities. i hope that our hearing today will help point us to a number of sensible solutions that taken tog
CSPAN
Nov 6, 2013 2:30pm EST
portman's amendment today which i have supported that protects religious employers from retaliation by the government when they adhere to their religious convictions, and then also that clarifies the importance of protecting religious freedom as part of enda. i think that that is an improvement to the bill and i'm pleased that we have been able to advance that. i want to -- to recognize senator merkley for his leadership on this issue. i think from the very time he came here to -- to the united states senate he has approached me in discussion about advancing the enda legislation, ensuring that from the perspective of our workplaces that there is full equality, that there is no discrimination within the workplace, and senator kirk for his leadership in this initiative as well. i'm pleased that we are going to have an opportunity tomorrow to -- to hopefully advance this bill fully and finally through the floor of the united states senate. it is -- it is well past time that we as elected representatives in ensuring that our laws protect against discrimination in the workplace for all i
CSPAN
Nov 2, 2013 12:00am EDT
leadership of senatorrers tester, portman, mccaskill, and johnson. that hearing exposed the urgent need for additional resources at the office of personnel management, to enable that ig to conduct important oversight of background investigations. in july, our committee proved a portion of the bill sponsored by senator tester and cosponsored by dr. coburn, senator mccaskill, senator port man, johnson, nelson, and senator baucus to allow the inspector general to tap into opm's revolving fund for the purpose of performing much needed oversight, and we commend senator tester and our colleagues for their good work. legislation passed the senate earlier this month. my hope is signed into law by the president soon. in closing, i want to say that the vast majority of individuals who hold security clearances are honorable and trustworthy people. many of them felt calledded into service after 9/11 to help protect our country, and they deserve our thanks. having said that, though, we still must have a system that does a better job of rooting out those with nefarious purposes and those deeply troub
MSNBC
Nov 16, 2013 5:00am PST
quickly. you have the united states senate coming out right now. senator portman i think and senator kirk from illinois most recently coming out in favor of marriage equality. so i wouldn't be surprised at least if the nominee, you know, is somebody leak chris christie who sort of was able to straddle the issue a bit, not in faefr of gay marriage, certainly didn't make that one of his key. >> chris christie in the new jersey governor's race, barbara bueno saw this as his weakness, she brought it up in the debate. this is how he handled the question last month. let's play that clip. >> if my children came to me and said that they were gay, i would grab them and huck them an tell them i loved them, just like i would do with any of my children who came to me with news that they wanted to give to me that they thought were important enough to open themselves up in that way. but what i would tell them is that dad believes that marriage is between one man and one woman. that's my. >> i love you, take your time. by the way, here's my legal position. >> it seems leak such a. >> actually, i'm
MSNBC
Nov 10, 2013 5:00am PST
votes would be there. there were two amendments, the rob portman amendment that was passed, by a voice vote on this religious exemption language that mand amanda was describing. how do you think of the amendments -- do you think this has been watered down in a significant way or is this still a sound piece of legislation? >> well, look, the fact that it passed the senate and is sitting in the house, if they can just get the thing passed, and get the protection there, it's a victory. just get the thing on the books, and then, if people feel that the law is too porous or isn't effective or that the religious exemption is too broad, you can go in and tinker with it. but, you know, all this conversation might be useless because of one person and that is speaker boehner. unless he allows the bill to go to a vote, you know, we're all just talking. and that effort in -- that effort in the house would be for not. >> so, mary, congresswoman, you know the republican house better than anybody at the table. you were part of the republican house. what do you think is going on in john boehner's worl
CNBC
Nov 13, 2013 7:00pm EST
portman. as always, welcome back to the show. >> larry, thank you. >> before we do budget stuff, can i ask you, there's several bills that let you keep your insurance plan if you like it. there's senator johnson's bill and others. the democrats are in panic tizzy over what's going on and obama's unpopularity. can you just give us a sense, any of these bills serious? could they pass? will there be a vote? >> i think they're serious. i don't think they're going to work and that's what you just heard from the experts. in other words, we've already kind of gone down this path and it's very difficult to unravel the damage that's been done. 50 times more americans have lost it than gained it in enrollment. 50 times more. i want to try to help folks who are -- >> there's a renewal process. there is a renewal -- insurance renewal process. it's not as clean. but you could do it if you wanted to do it. >> what do you think -- >> who give votes to these bills? that's what i want to know. >> i don't know. since senator landrew, probably there's some interest in that. there's some of the other prop
PBS
Nov 5, 2013 4:00pm PST
says he will be running for reelection next year. news,willis, bbc washington. >> rob portman says it was a difficult day for him. i think it was a difficult day for the people of toronto. rebels have admitted defeat. it ends a bloody this -- has killedthat thousands. revolutionary surrendered after congolese forces, backed by the united nations, recaptured strongholds in the east of the country. andy harding has this report. >> could this be one of the last artillery shells to scar the green hills of eastern congo? there had been conflicts here for a generation but today one major rebellion came to an end. rare victory for the soldiers, from the inventories we ragtag -- from the g army.usly ragta they were forced to give up the fight. crucial to the breakthrough where these troops from a new united nations force, working alongside the congolese army. for all of those involved in trying to stabilize the country, this kind of aggressive action that has been lacking in the past. >> this is certainly a significant step in the right direction. it has to be followed by the disarming of the
Al Jazeera America
Nov 7, 2013 11:00am EST
join every single one of the 55 democratic senators in in favor of this. john mccain, rob portman, conservative names, kelly and great news for the lgbt community. anand politics on capitol hill. >> and speaker boehner has indicated that he believes that current federal law already protects these groups. is that true? >> as a matter of fact, as you outlined in the open there, as you reported, it specifically does not, sex, gender, ethnicity, yes, and race, and federal law of course does. the republican party has a problem, and it's the same story that it's a schism, and many republicans in the establishment want to get away from social issues. they think that it's hurting them. and or tuesday night, with the social conservatives, coming close and still losing, there's more evidence of that, causing consternation among republicans. >> mike in washington. thank you very much. >>> secretary of state, john kerry, said that he's confident that a syrian peace conference is going to be announced in the next couple of days. he's now in jordan meeting with king abdulla, and he said that so
WETA
Nov 9, 2013 6:30pm EST
is very l democratic but still a socially state.vative rob portman has said i'm for same-sex marriage because his gay.is republics that come from places hat have state laws on the books but toomey it was most notable. >> were you surprised by any of those? >> toomey especially. the others make sense. illinois has been fighting for this since he came to congress. maine a big from champion of gay rights but tsunamsignals that he understands the politics of his running in will be 20 2016. he other though if a conservative, social conservative like pat toomey can the issue perhaps there are others who are seeing the polling and understand it is change. gwen: in the house if their heels are dug in does this make senate vote a show vote? >> to some 10th and it was as midterm cycle was beginning. the gay rights community loyal give a lot of money and to some it will be seen as a show vote. could be hope it tacked on to something like the defense bill and force it through the house but have generally said they are not for it. gwen: maybe there will be other votes. thank you all. we h
KRON
Nov 16, 2013 2:30pm PST
could follow in the footsteps of natalie portman, robert downey jr., and jon cryer. sardi's is a famous restaurant in the broadway theater district -- the perfect place to not only interview cindy, the owner of stagedoor, but also a camper who's already in the spotlight. >> i'm playing pepper in "annie" on broadway, and it's really fun. i was 10 when i went my first time to stagedoor manor. >> a camp like stagedoor manor may not be for everyone, but the message about following your dreams certainly is. >> i would say you need to follow your heart, you need to be really determined, practice, do everything you can, and have fun, and see where it takes you. >> can we give her another round of applause? [ cheers and applause ] >> good advice for all of us. >> ever have that feeling that you've been someplace before or experienced something before when you know you haven't? it's a weird feeling called déjà vu. that's french for "already seen." so what causes it? scientists aren't exactly sure, but most rule out sci-fi explanations like momentarily crossing over into a parallel dimension. o
CSPAN
Nov 16, 2013 10:00am EST
speak more than once, of course. i will go with mr. portman and then esther white house in the whitehouse in the queue after him. , thank you forf your insights. you have depression -- depressing information for us. ng's do not look good. if we continue to see high rates of revenue and relatively low rates of domestic stationary spending. i have two questions one interest rates and one regarding tax revenue. if we go back to a historic level on interest rates, we have a huge problem in terms of meeting these projections you laid out. us an answergive on that, what do you consider to be the historic rate. already see a creeping up of the rate today. taxes, with regard to that tax revenues are going to be above historic levels by 2038. over the next decade, what would be the average tax as a percent of gdp? how does that compare to other decades. timeve never had a 10 year with revenue at that level. second, what would it be like in the next decade. two questions, one on interest in terms where are we of taxes as a percent of the economy and how does it compare to past decades? w
WETA
Nov 5, 2013 6:00pm EST
says he will be running for reelection next year. news,willis, bbc washington. >> rob portman says it was a difficult day for him. i think it was a difficult day for the people of toronto. rebels have admitted defeat. it ends a bloody this -- has killedthat thousands. revolutionary surrendered after congolese forces, backed by the united nations, recaptured strongholds in the east of the country. andy harding has this report. >> could this be one of the last artillery shells to scar the green hills of eastern congo? there had been conflicts here for a generation but today one major rebellion came to an end. rare victory for the soldiers, from the inventories we ragtag -- from the g army.usly ragta they were forced to give up the fight. crucial to the breakthrough where these troops from a new united nations force, working alongside the congolese army. for all of those involved in trying to stabilize the country, this kind of aggressive action that has been lacking in the past. >> this is certainly a significant step in the right direction. it has to be followed by the disarming of
CSPAN
Nov 15, 2013 3:00pm EST
minutes are kind of the -- >> i was following senator portman's example. >> i would say very quickly that we funded the analysis of the destitution of the tax expenditures. certain ones are received disproportionately by higher income people and others are received by lower income people with a category something like the income tax credit. but i would encourage you to look at that report and we are happy to send a copy for you all to look at. mr. clyburn? >> mr. chairman, with regard to the tax loophole, we have a far too complex system that is causing things to occur. the senate i know is working on that verit very hard. they are trying to reform our system and the senators have ideas now that we can make progress on that and i was supportive for sure. looking at your chart, mr. elmendorf on title 62, i think it helps explain why it's important that we can say at least to the growth in spending. we are not talking about long-term spending reductions, we are talking about it ahead of the growth in spending and you indicate on that charge but if we were to maintain the spending of the nex
CSPAN
Nov 13, 2013 7:00pm EST
once of course so i see mr. portman. i will go to mr. portman and then mr. whitehouse in the queue after him. >> thank you mr. chairman and dr. elmendorf thank you for your insights this morning and as you said at the end you have kind of depressing information for us which is things don't look at and they could be even worse if we don't continue to see these relatively high rates of revenue as you said over the coming decades and continue to see these relatively low rates of domestic discretionary spending. i have two questions for you quickly. one is with regard to tax revenue someone is regard to interest rates. it seems to me if we go back to an and historical level on interest rates we have a huge problem in terms of meeting these protections that you lay out and specifically $120 billion in increased deficits so if you could give us an answer on that and what you consider to be the historical rate if we went back to that historical rate of interest and seeing a creeping up of the rate today what would be the impact on the deficit and second with regard to taxes, you mentioned
CSPAN
Nov 2, 2013 4:00pm EDT
deal with future lapses in spending in the way that senator portman's bill has proposed. processes to help us deal with the debt ceiling as we reach the debt ceiling. and hopefully, help us reduce the stress we put on the economy in the political battles that we have here. we have a remarkable opportunity to fix some of the rules and processes by which we function in this conference in a way that will help us protect the savings we now have and achieve further and greater savings as we move forward. i would encourage us to focus on laying the foundation for much greater and effective results as we move forward beyond the activities of this committee. thank you. >> senator sanders. >> thank you very much. i think this has been a very good discussion and i hope that we can continue to have more open discussions. let me begin my remarks with a radical proposal. let's listen to what the american people are telling us. what are they telling us? in poll after poll, they're saying do not cut social security. do not cut medicare. do not cut medicaid. that is what all the polls are telling us.
CSPAN
Oct 31, 2013 8:00pm EDT
senator mccaskill senator portman begich johnson nelson and senator baucus to allow the inspector general to tap into opm's revolving fund for the purpose of reforming that much needed oversight and we commend senators tester and our colleagues for their good work. legislation passed the senate earlier this month. my hope is it will be signed into law by the president soon. in closing i want to say the vast majority of individuals who hold security clearances are honorable and trustworthy people many of them felt called to service after 9/11 to help protect their country and they deserve our thanks. having said that though we still must have a system that does a better job of rooting out those who become deeply troubled and unstable. that system must identify those with the hader signals and that system must identify those whose behavior signals and on acceptable risk to be entrusted to classified information are access to sensitive federal information. i hope that our hearing today will help point us to a number of sensible solutions that taken together would surely improve our national
MSNBC
Nov 6, 2013 9:00am PST
. senator portman wanted an amendment that i believe just moments before i came on here actually passed. we felt it was unnecessary, but it went forward. and it passed. all of the talking points against this -- if you look at what speaker boehner's spokesperson said, those are the talking points that come straight from the right-wing, anti-gay, homophobic extremists. that's not the view of most republicans. most of the republican electorate. and it's not the view of most republicans in this building behind me. i hope the speaker is going to realize we're in a new day in this country. this is a basic american value. i think increasingly elected officials, democrat and republican, are going to start paying a price when they're on the wrong side of history, especially on a piece of legislation that has such broad and wide-reaching support in this country. >> yeah, i mean, especially as the gop sort of presumes or takes the mantle on being the party of business. of the fortune 500 companies, 88% of them prevent discrimination against gay and lesbian employees. we are there. this sort
MSNBC
Nov 4, 2013 6:00pm PST
pennsylvania and rob portman of ohio. and with their votes, the bill cleared the republican filibuster and is now on a path to pass the senate once and for all on wednesday or thursday of this week. it was very dramatic. passing the senate, though, isn't enough to make it law. and the republican leadership in the house today said they will not even allow this discrimination bill to be brought up for a vote in the house. the speaker says he's against it, says the republicans will not even let the house consider it. what's weird, though, is the stated reason why they're against it. john boehner and the republican leadership in the house say they will not allow a vote on this bill because they say it's already illegal to fire someone for being gay. "they believe existing law provides these protections." existing law does not provide these protections. remember? >> in 29 states in this country, you can still get fired for not just being gay, but if your employer thinks that you're gay, you can still get fired. >> that's true! that is a true statement. whatever politifact takes i
FOX News
Nov 5, 2013 4:00pm PST
kidding. plus senator rob portman is here to talk about it next. without the thinking that makes it real? what's a vision without the expertise to execute it... and the financing toake it grow? whatever your goal, it can change more than your business. it can change the future. that's why, at barclays, our ambition is to always realize yours. >>> northwestern university taking heat lots of it. especially uniforms its football team plans to wear next week. the team is trading in purple uniform for red, white, and blue. here is the issue. the special uniform also features what looks like blood splattered american flags so. why would northwestern wear what appears to be blood splattered american flags in a game against michigan. the university says it's a show of support for the wounded warrior project proceeds from a post game auction of the jerseys goes to wounded warriors. critics don't like it calling the bloody flag look crass and a bit too much. tonight northwestern is apologizing for any misconceptions we want you to be the judge. are the special football uniforms patriotic or a
MSNBC
Nov 4, 2013 11:00pm PST
ayotte of new jersey, pat toomey of pennsylvania and rob portman of ohio. and with their votes, the bill cleared the republican filibuster and is now on a path to pass the senate once and for all on wednesday or thursday of this week. it was very dramatic. passing the senate, though, isn't enough to make it law. and the republican leadership in the house today said they will not even allow this discrimination bill to be brought up for a vote in the house. the speaker says he's against it, says the republicans will not even let the house consider it. what's weird, though, is the stated reason why they're against it. john boehner and the republican leadership in the house say they will not allow a vote on this bill because they say it's already illegal to fire someone for being gay. "they believe existing law provides these protections." existing law does not provide these protections. remember? >> in 29 states in this country, you can still get fired for not just being gay, but if your employer thinks that you're gay, you can still get fired. >> that's true! that is a true statement.
Al Jazeera America
Nov 12, 2013 9:00pm EST
beautiful, brand new planes. we reached out to senators brown and portman, but got no response. another option here, they could sell the planes to an ally. based on what's happened in the past, it could be another bad deal for taxpayers. it will be unlikely that the pentagon will sell them for anything close to the original price. >> coming up after the break, young victims of the storm, why children are less likely to make it in the aftermath and why girls have a worse chance than boys. we'll discuss the desperate decisions, coming up next. >> knew snapshot of stories making headlines. unif i believe bleak returns for obamacare. after six weeks of business, a new report in the washington post says only about 40,000 people in 36 different exchanges have actually signed up on healthcare.gov. the administration's goal was 500,000 enrolled customers, falling quite short of that goal. >> the big apple beats the windy city in the blueprint battle, one world trade center surpassing chicago's willis tower. it is now the nation's tallest building. officials decided that the spire is actually fi
Al Jazeera America
Nov 4, 2013 12:30pm EST
. senator rob portman who was a tea party candidate in ohio in 2010, senator mark kirk, iliana ross letanon from florida. i could go on and on. there are plenty and plenty of them >> both in elected office, former elected and candidates. so that's changing. and as far as the point about demographics and sort of gay americans being one of the demographics republicans should appeal to more, i would note actually that is one of the demographics where republicans did improve our standing between 2004 and 2008. you c you can see if you go to the website gay patriot. it has breakdowns on john mccain, who was more moderate on these issues actually did improve our standing. >> we will stop you right there. coming up, if the g.o.p. is fighting an internal' eternal war, how do they end it? we will continue that part of the conversation when we come back. stay with us. for instance, could striking workers in greece delay >> i can no longer be a member of the republican party. make no mistake. i have not left the republican party. it left me. i cannot tolerate a political party that demeans tex
CSPAN
Nov 15, 2013 7:00am EST
speak more than once, of course.omm so i see mr. portman, i'll go with mr. portman and thenurs mr. whitehouse in the queue after him.r. >> thank you, mr. chairman. and, director elmendorf, thank you for your insights this morning. and as you said at the end, you have kind of depressing information for us which is that , and they't look good could be even worse unless we continue to see these relatively high rates of revenue, as you't said, over the coming decades and continue to see these relatively low rates of domesti discretionary spending.ue i have two questions for you quickly, one is with regard toa tax revenues, one is with regard to interest rates.onar you did not mention interest rates, and it seems to me if we go back to an historical level m on interest rates, we also have a huge rob. specifically, i think a point is about $120 billion a year increase in o deficit. so if you could give us an answer on that, what do you120 consider to be the historic rate, if we went back to that historic rate of interest, and what would bhee the impact on te deficit. and secondly with r
CSPAN
Nov 2, 2013 12:00pm EDT
and co-sponsored by dr. coburn, senator mccaskill, senator portman, begich, johnson, nelson, and senator baucus, to allow the inspector general to tap into o.p.m.'s revolving fund to perform the much needed oversight. we commend our colleagues for their good work. legislation passed the senate earlier this month. my hope is it will be signed into law by the president soon. in closing, i want to say that the vast majority of individuals who hold security clearances are honorable and trustworthy people. many of them felt called into service after 9/11 to help protect our country, and they deserve our thanks. having said that, though, we still must have a system that does a better job of rooting out those with nefarious purposes and those who have become deeply troubled and unstable. that system must identify those with behavior signals and when that system must identify those whose behavior signals are unacceptable risk to be trusted with classified information or access to sensitive federal facilities. i hope that our hearing today will help point us to a number of sensible soluti
CSPAN
Nov 13, 2013 11:00pm EST
minutes, not including his time, and members can speak more than once, of course. so, i see mr. portman, i'll go with mr. portman and then mr. whitehouse in the queue after him. >> thank you, mr. chairman. director elmendorf, thank you for your insights this morning and, as you said at the end, you have kind of depressing information for us, which is things don't look good and they can be even worse until we continue to see these relatively high rates of revenue, as you said, over the coming decades and continue to see these relative low rates of congressional discretionary spending. i have two questions for you, quickly, one regarding to tax revenues, one regarding interest rates. you did not mention interest rates. it seems to me if we go back to an historical level on interest rates we also have a huge problem in terms of meeting these projections you lay out, specifically about $120 billion a year increase in deficit, so if you could give us an answer on that. what do you consider to be the the historic rate, if we went back to that historic rate of interest and we already see it cr
FOX
Nov 7, 2013 4:25am EST
pretty angry. >> reporter: thor has a good excuse. >> out saving the world. >> reporter: portman -- [indiscernible] >> graphic metric anomalies. it doesn't roll off the tongue as easily as you think. >> reporter: the dark world is packed with action with space ships, gun battles and plenty. bad guys. cbs news, london. >> dennis moore will be in house to critique the film, but our producer heather says fantastic. she loves it. >>> good morning. thank you for watching wusa9 at 5:00 a.m. i'm andrea roane. >> he's dreamy, isn't he, monika? >> i have to wipe the drool off my face. >> good morning. i'm mike hydeck. good morning, monika. how are you? >> i'm good. >> she's been pining for a while now. >>> we've got rain on the way later this morning for the middle of the day. if it all works out and i think it is, the morning commute and afternoon commute will be dry here in the metro so that will be good news. it will be the middle of the day where we've got the rain. that's why we have a yellow alert out for you on this thursday. outdoor activities for the middle of the day are going t
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